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Several Road Repair Projects Underway

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Main Street in Columbia is undergoing extensive work this fall. For the foreseeable future, motorists should be alert for flaggers guiding traffic through the one-lane sections.
Main Street in Columbia is undergoing extensive work this fall. For the foreseeable future, motorists should be alert for flaggers guiding traffic through the one-lane sections.

Fall road project abound throughout Monroe County. The major ones will be in downtown Columbia, Rt. 3 between Columbia and Waterloo, and Rt. 3 between Waterloo and Red Bud. In addition, municipalities will be doing regular maintenance throughout the fall. Columbia continues to work on its downtown streetscape improvement plan. The city is working to …

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